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Nexa3D expands its portfolio of materials

Nexa3D expands its presence in the North American dental market, adding three new Pac-Dent resins to its growing portfolio of validated dental materials.

CAD-Ray and Harris Discount Dental Supply will now be part of Nexa3D’s global distribution partnership. Additionally, the company is introducing three new resins from Pac-Dent, Inc. a heavyweight in the dental industry. These innovations enable validated workflows for new surgical and restorative applications in labs and practices using Nexa3D’s XiP desktop printer. This is based on the innovative LSPc technology.

CAD-Ray, headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, is a leader in the distribution and education industry with decades of experience in the digital dental sector. Specializing in 3D printing, digital imaging and CAD/CAM technologies, CAD-Ray is a strong partner for Nexa3D.

“We’re thrilled to add Nexa3D’s ultrafast XiP 3D printer to our portfolio,” said Wayne Glassoff, vice president of 3D printing for CAD-Ray. “This printer’s accuracy, speed, and productivity combined with CAD-Ray’s deep industry expertise and exceptional customer care make for a powerhouse combination.”

Harris Discount Dental Supply joins the Nexa3D network as an additional distribution partner. The Arden Hills, MN-based company brings over 40 years of experience in dental distribution and is known for providing quality products at affordable prices.

Pac-Dent’s new resins, including Rodin Denture Base 2.0, are revolutionizing denture fabrication with improved flexibility, stability and a wide range of gingival shades. They not only offer increased longevity and esthetics, but also improved comfort for the patient. With the advances in material science, Nexa3D once again demonstrates its leadership in ultra-fast 3D printing.

“We are thrilled to announce Nexa3D as our newest validated printer partner at Pac-Dent,” said Ryan Solorzano, Pack-Dent Product Manager. “The XIP printer has demonstrated exceptional capabilities in effectively printing Rodin resins, solidifying its position as a formidable asset in our portfolio.”

These partnerships and the introduction of new materials mark an important step forward in the dental industry, expanding the possibilities of 3D printing and enabling laboratories and practices to increase their efficiency and productivity.

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